Final version (for the moment). Had some difficulties with the K, so ended up changing it. Feels like it fits in better with the overall style this way.
over 2 years ago
Very nice Claire. Très fluide !
Awesome! Love that "k"
Cheers guys! Glad the k works, it's one of my favourite letters so want to do it justice.
Just realized I meant to post this as a rebound from the original sketch: http://drbl.in/FSt
I like this k better too - I think it keeps the flow. Very nice!
This is on point. Heck yes.
Yay, that's it Claire! K is perfect now :-)
Love that 'K' Claire! :)
Great stuff, Claire! I miss the outline from the sketch tho. Thought it was pretty cool :)
You're becoming one of my new typography heroes!
Nice nice nice. :)
I'd love to see one where there was a tiny bit more variation in the e's (are they identical?) but that's being really fussy.
Props! Love it!!
Hey! Very good job, Claire! I love this "k" more than the sketched one... Congrats! :)
someone called ?
Wow, very nice. I envy people who can draw and then just digitalize it. :)
Thanks for the great feedback! Happy to hear that about the K.
@Henric - I rarely use outlines, but I'm working on the edit for the final product so might give it a shot. Thanks!
@Nathanael - The e's were drawn separately at first, but as I was tweaking the vectors, they ended up more and more similar as it felt it was a bit weird and uneven otherwise.
@Thomas - Just need a scanner and some (or a lot of) patience!
Girl geek it seems :)
I want this as a tattoo. That's how good it is.
Love this, Claire.
@Alex - so it would seem!
@Pete & Mads - thanks a lot guys, really appreciate it from both of you.
@Pat - Ha, thanks! Of course, if you're ever thinking of getting one, would be more happy to pass it along ;D
by Claire Coullon
Final lettering printed as a cotton tote bag for a Christmas present. Kind of tempted to make t-shirts next!
over 2 years ago
about 2 years ago
Thanks a lot Maiko!
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